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iTote for iPad

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Created in this Craftsy Workshop

The iTote taught by Amy Gibson

Keep all your personal electronics snug and cozy inside your handbag with this swanky little zip sleeve - perfectly sized for an iPad, smart phone, and iPod! Or use the pockets for cash, credit ...

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Category Sewing
Sizing Women
Style Hipster, Funky
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What materials did you use? 100% Cotton

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What are you most proud of? Everything. I have never used a zipper foot; inserted a zipper; quilted; used my rotary cutter and other tools; following directions and a pattern. All of it was a first for me and I was able to complete the project.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you are new to sewing like me go slow. I broke all the steps down into smaller more manageable steps and only completed what I felt I had the energy for, and then stopped. There are a lot of steps and photos to follow and it can be overwhelming for a new sewer. I completed the project over days and by doing this increased my confidence level. Measure twice to make sure your cuts are exact. There are a few spots in the directions that don't match with the photos and it was confusing for me but follow your instincts and know you can figure it out and complete the project.

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Well- yours is very cute- I like the one pocket! It never fails I will always open the wrong pocket to find the item that I need! With one pocket- there is no guessing!

12/29/2011 Flag

Awesome! You should be so proud. I really like the single pocket.

01/04/2012 Flag

Congratulations on your first project completion! Amazing job! And it sounds like you have the perfect approach for any sewing project - slow, tiny steps, and only what you are ready for! These workshops and classes are great for new sewers, too, since you can ask questions of the instructor any time! Well done!

01/11/2012 Flag